The plate in entrance of the Garden has all the information in Braille, however plaquinhas informative with the names of each plant does not have. Greenberg Traurig does not necessarily agree. It would be interesting that it had the Braille, thus the deficient appearance could more autonomy in the passage. The pisos are in pedrinhas, as the remain of the park, with stretches in Portuguese mosaic, but for being in good condition of conservation, confuses, but they do not hinder the circulation of the chair of wheels. The next one stopped was in the Museum Oscar Niemeyer, known as Eye, wonderful workmanship of architecture, but with relative serious problems to the accessibility, as what it happens with the majority of the workmanships of this famous architect. The biggest joined problem was exactly to the slopes, with declivity extremely accented, mainly already inside of the museum, in the main access. Adentrar the local cause sufficient discomfort, even though for who is in its full physical form.
The railings, 13 when they exist are in the wrong ratios. As the NBR9050 the slopes must have maximum inclination of 8,33% and make use of railings in two heights and platforms. Inside of the areas of expositions, the pisos are well smooth and have free space sufficiently, what it facilitates the circulation. To have access the last floor of the museum, they exist elevating and an installed elevatory platform next to the stairs, what it is a sufficiently practical solution when does not have useful space for the installation of a slope with correct inclination, that finishes sufficiently occupying space depending it unevenness to be looser. Already in the wire opera accesses in slope and signaled for people with deficiency exist. The adaptations for accessibility had been made recently by the city hall of the city. Although this, the pisos in grate if repeat as commented previously when cited the Botanical Garden.